with devastation from hurricane sandy. >> new york city hasn't gotten it quite as bad as before but parts of long island, a few spots have picked up 12 to 18 inches of snow, especially on the north shore of long island got nailed. the further east you go out on the island, some areas will get two feet of snow. that's a big deal for them. that's a question i've been getting a lot, craig, how unusual is a storm like this? i'd say for boston to providence, this is a once in 20, maybe once in 30-year storm. for hartford, new york city, long island, maybe a once every five-year storm. >> again, as mike mentioned earlier tonight, the story is the snow, the story is the wind. the day after that, the dig out, the cleanup, the power outages. >> you have to go somewhere. >> bill karins on watch for us. we'll check in with you later. thanks, sir.